In a 7-2 ruling, the Supreme Court said plaintiffs did not prove they had been injured by the ACA’s health insurance mandate.
For the third time, the Supreme Court struck down a challenge to overturn the Affordable Care Act. So, is the fight over? We’ll explore. And: Gov. Greg Abbott has until…
“Indeed, Juneteenth is the answer to Frederick Douglass’ towering 1852 address, ‘What to the Negro is the Fourth of July?’”
Sam Collins III gave Houston Public Media Reporter, Elizabeth Trovall, more insight into the story behind Juneteenth’s meaning for him.
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That’s because the only way lawmakers would be able to override a veto is for the governor himself to call a special session to override his own veto.
Houston Public Media’s “I See U” with Eddie Robinson focuses on racial equality and social justice.
Texas Standard tracked a year’s worth of state and local government decisions about COVID-19 in a new, digital project. See how your city ranked in an interactive timeline, map and...
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